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The word's out that Bosscat Kitchen and Libations plans to open a sister restaurant later this fall. The Newport Beach concept opened in Houston just this past February and offers Instagram-worthy menu items like “Fruity Pebble French Toast.” Earlier this summer, the owners took a stab at offering lighter fare for lunch and debuted a new menu

But the new restaurant, BCK: Kitchen and Cocktail Adventures, will be completely different from the heavy menu items over on Westheimer. Diners can expect a menu of “nostalgic American fare” in a space formerly occupied by the Glass Wall restaurant in the Heights.  

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“The Heights is the perfect neighborhood for this type of creativity,” owner John Reed says. “It’s going to give us a great canvas to step outside the box.”

The menu will play off of each member of the team’s own background, offering a little bit of everything. While Reed and chef Peter Petro are originally from the Northeast, Leslie Nguyen (“Miss Bosscat”) and Tai Nguyen are Vietnamese-American. Vinnie Capizzi is Italian-American, and Matt Sharp, Bosscat’s bar director, a true Californian. Diners can expect to taste suggestions of Italian and Vietnamese cuisines mixed with all-American fare.

 

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Bosscat Kitchen & Libations

$$ American/New American, Pub/Brewery 4310 Westheimer Rd.

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